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  JUST (DON’T) DO IT It is said that “Experience is the best teacher, but the tuition is high.” This is true with everything, but in the case of real estate, the person who pays the “tuition” ends up being the client. We’re never surprised when clients tell us… Read More

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Home sales usually move faster than does the lot market, but recently, we’ve seen several clients come into town to see homes and fall in love with a lot instead. It’s all about time, budget, location and availability. Depending on the location, the cost of building a home may… Read More

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You’ve most likely heard the rule: Save for a 20-percent down payment before you buy a home. The logic behind saving 20 percent is solid, as it shows that you have the financial discipline and stability to save for a long-term goal. It also helps you get favorable rates… Read More

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Every one of our clients who walk through the door is experiencing change. Some are celebratory events: New job, family addition, retirement, income upgrade. Some are gut-wrenching life changes: liquidation of assets, death in the family, extended illness, loss of income.  No matter the circumstances, their lives will never… Read More

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145 Barrington in Great Waters | $2,849,000 | MLS#49838   HOMES WITH SWIMMING POOLS “Pools don’t necessarily add value to your home, and a backyard pool is not for everyone, but…someone is looking for it,” says Traci Nelson, a Realtor with Kim and Lin Logan Real Estate in Greensboro, GA. Read More

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Real Estate Commission: What are you really paying for? If you plan on buying or selling a home with the assistance of a Realtor, there will undoubtedly be a real estate commission involved on the sale.  Since the average commission is around 6%, the sale of a $100,000 home… Read More